Category: "Benefits"

Making Decisions Before the Plan Year Starts

29 October, 2019

Many employers are unhappy with their current benefit service providers, including the providers of COBRA, flexible spending accounts, health savings accounts, and other benefits they provide to their employees. Dealing with a subpar benefit service provider can make it difficult to give your empl...

Why Your Business Should Consider Offering Tuition Reimbursement

20 August, 2019

Tuition reimbursement is a benefit that some employers choose to offer to their employees. Also known as tuition assistance, this benefit provides reimbursement to employees for their higher education tuition. Most employers who offer it set a limit on how much they will offer in reimbursement. The...

Improving Communication Around Your Employee Benefits Package

01 May, 2019

Open enrollment may be just around the corner for your business, and this time of year brings a lot of stress. Figuring out all the details and logistics around what will be offered to employees can take a lot of time and effort, let alone determining how to best communicate all the options to your...

Battling Springtime Allergies and Ailments With Your FSA/HSA

09 April, 2019

During the spring, the flowers start to bloom, the grass is green again, and the trees regain their leaves. The atmosphere is often quite picturesque, although the change can also result in some unpleasant side effects. Allergy sufferers know just how the blooming can impact them as the plants start...

Paying Off Student Loans and Building 401(k)s: IRS Suggests Workers Can Do Both

02 October, 2018

Recent statistics show that 44 million Americans have student loan debt, totaling $1.4 trillion. This financial burden prevents people from making other investments—including saving for retirement. Can employers help? There are few who do, even though repayment plans could attract job seekers who a...